Saints Row: The Third CheapyD DLC for diddly-squat on PC, PS3, Xbox 360

For lovers and fans of the crazy game that entertains the most warped minds, Saints Row: The Third we have some exciting news as THQ has announced they will be making the CheapyD DLC available for download as of tomorrow for absolute diddly-squat.

The publisher announced that the extra content will be made available across all platforms including the PC, PS3 and Xbox 360 as of January 17th, however the download method would differ depending on what platform the gamers own.

As Cheap Arse Gamer explains in their article players must first of all have unlocked Shaundi’s ex-boyfriend’s apartment then, PC gamers simply have to wait for the Genkibowl VII DLC + CheapyD compatibility patch to automatically download via Steam, PS3 gamers have to download the CheapyD pack from the PlayStation Store and Xbox 360 gamers can either download the Genkibowl VII DLC Pack for 560 Microsoft Points or download the Genkibowl VII Viewer Pack which costs nothing.

Once gamers have downloaded and unlocked the DLC, the character CheapyD will be made available at their disposal. They can call him up and ask for his assistance during the game for things like gun fights or whatever else you feel you may need him for. Check out the trailer below to see the useful ally in action.

If you have not yet played Saints Row: The Third or are unfamiliar with the game altogether, you can check out the previous articles we have brought you which include the launch trailer that cheekily mimics the BF3 and MW3 commercial trailers, for a better idea of what the game is all about. For those that do own the game, what do you think of this free DLC from THQ? Will you be downloading it?

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Written by Chris Cook

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